At his recent UN speech, Obama said “The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam.” To whom, then, does the future belong? Obama believes it belongs to those who, like himself, slander Christ.
When Oprah anointed Obama, the queen of pop culture was (and still is) in the throes of proclaiming worldwide the warmed-over lies of the Genesis serpent as great “wisdom” for humanity. Making a seamless connection with the serpent’s candidate, Oprah anointed Obama from the dark side catapulting him to the Democratic nomination and ultimately to the presidency. In Genesis 3:1, we learn that the serpent came to be “the craftiest of all field life.” As I proceed, note the craftiness with which Obama slanders Christ, as he works a Marxist-Leninist slogan, based on the words of Cain, into the mouth of the Son of God, and then deceitfully turns Christ into a supporter of his Marxist taxation policies.
On September 28, 2010, at a campaign barbecue in Albuquerque, a fawning plant in the audience asked Obama, “Why are you a Christian?” Obama answered: “I came to my Christian faith later in life and it was because the precepts of Jesus Christ spoke to me in terms of the kind of life that I would want to lead, being my brothers’ and sisters’ keeper . . .”
Obama’s straightforward implication here is that Jesus Christ taught that a Marxist, Darwinist, humanist government like his own ought to be our “keeper.” Jesus never expressed any such “precept” about Obama’s government or any other government. Obama gets the idea of being his “brother’s keeper” from Cain (Genesis 4:9). The term “brother’s keeper” appears nowhere else in Scripture. Never are we urged by the inspired Word of our Creator to be our “brother’s keeper.”
The word keeper in the Hebrew has an imprisoning, not a liberating connotation. The Hebrew word is shamar, defined by Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible as “to hedge about (as with thorns), i.e. guard.” Cain meant, “Do you expect me to control my brother, to run his life?” What fascinates Obama about the words of Cain is this idea of control. In January of 2008, Obama shared the soul of his perverted prayer life at a time when he desperately needed the Christian vote in the South Carolina primary. To get it, he produced a color pamphlet touting himself as “Called to Christ” and a “Committed Christian.” Part of the pamphlet featured “Barack Obama on the Power of Prayer”: “What I pray for is the strength and the wisdom to be able to act on those things that I can control. And that’s what I think has been lacking in our government.”
Cain rolled his duplicitous and sarcastic words, “brother’s keeper” into a phony excuse to deflect attention from the whereabouts of his brother whom he had just murdered. Following Cain’s deceitful example, Obama forces the words of Cain into the mouth of Christ as justification for the expansion of his totalitarian Marxist regime. That, my friends, is a crafty slander, indeed.
In his 2012 prayer breakfast speech wherein he lied about having a “Christian walk,” Obama admitted outright that his faith is not in God or Christ, but rather, in his own reasonings, and therefore, in himself. He divulged without apology that he has “faith in the idea that I am my brother’s keeper and I am my sister’s keeper.” Being his brother’s and sister’s keeper is Obama’s way of expressing the Marxist totalitarian notion of the “dictatorship of the proletariat.”
Obama added another slander in that speech by twisting and usurping Christ’s words to support his tax policy. Obama said that not only does his policy that the wealthy should pay an even greater share of taxes make “economic sense,” it “coincides with Jesus’ teaching that ‘for unto whom much is given, much shall be required.’” The quote from Jesus (Luke 12:48) is directed only to Israel, pertaining to their having to suffer much as his chosen people and custodians of the sacred scrolls. The quote has nothing to do with government or taxes or the rich or the poor. By twisting and misappropriating Christ’s words, Obama drags Him into league with Karl Marx and that atheist’s favorite slogan: “From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs.”
Is there a greater slander, a more crafty corruption of truth than making Christ complicit in the Marxist oppression of His Own followers?
We are not capable of combating the serpent’s craftiness as it operates through Obama. We need the Creator of the heavens and the earth; we need the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. He is the One Who catches the “wise” in their craftiness (I Corinthians 3:19). Reliance on Him alone is what will break the Adversary’s grip on our nation. I close out my book The Moronocracy with a Prayer for America based on the entreaties of David in the Book of Psalms. I commend it to you as a model and a help in all our prayers.